Membership of the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education is open to all higher education institutions, related organisations and agencies, and is by annual or three-yearly subscription.
Institutional membership demonstrates a clear commitment to developing leadership and management capabilities at all levels. The heart of our services and benefits is the continuation and enhancement of our contribution to, and investment in, the higher education sector.
Investing in the sector
We have continued to make a substantial investment into UK higher education in the last twelve months, with a significant part exclusively for our members’ benefit, and are investing further for 2014-15:
The Aurora initiative for early career women leaders launched in 2013-14 attracted over 500 participants to its first cohort; in 2014-15, we will retain the £1000 price for members (although we will increase the price for non-members), and will be putting in place additional support for role models and champions to help embed this important initiative further
Increased savings of up to 10% for 2014-15 via a fixed membership subscription rate for a three year commitment. This option was introduced at the start of the 2011-12 membership year – offering members an opportunity to make savings on the total cost of membership, and we are pleased to continue to offer this considerable discount. Around one third of institutions have signed up – and they are fairly evenly spread across the range of membership bands. Three year members will not of course be affected by any subscription changes during their three year membership.
Standard membership benefits
In addition to the membership investments and services outlined above, all members benefit from the following standard benefits:
If you want to know more about Leadership Foundation Membership and the benefits for you and your institution, contact:
Director, Membership and Organisational Development
M: 07977 457 949
Lesly is responsible for ensuring the continued value of Leadership Foundation membership. She works across the organisation, with our network of national and regional coordinators and with our 150 member institutions, to ensure delivery of high quality membership benefits and services. Lesly also works with sector partners to promote the value of leadership development. She leads on investments for members such as the Small Development Projects and Innovation and Transformation Fund and is editor of our termly magazine, Engage. A doctor of education, Lesly has 30 years’ experience in higher education roles spanning staff development, digital technologies, teaching and research.
Marketing and Communications Manager
T: 020 3468 4815
Susie maintains the integrity of the contacts database and is responsible for the ongoing development of the Leadership Foundation website, liaising with our web provider to ensure that the website remains up-to-date and relevant to the needs of the higher education sector. Susie provides communications support to all areas of the organisation, ensuring that the right information is provided to our stakeholders on a timely basis. She is part of the production team that creates key communication materials such as our termly magazine, Engage, and the annual report, and is responsible for the e-newsletter to the staff development / human resources community.
T: 020 3468 4822
Mick is responsible for the day to day financial functions of the Leadership Foundation, including maintenance of the general ledger, weekly bank reconciliations, supplier payments and credit control as well as assisting in the production of management and year end accounts. He is also part of the membership team calculating annual subscription rates, administering the Innovation and Transformation Fund and Small Development Project funds, producing internal and external membership analysis, and answering general membership queries.
06 - 07 May 2015
St David's Hotel, Cardiff
07 May 2015
The Open University, Milton Keynes
07 May 2015
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